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How to add a siglet to email messages.
(Putting them in your signature file.)

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PMMail2000
  1. Right-Click on your E-mail folder.
  2. Select the Signature Tab.
  3. Click on "Add".
  4. Type a Siglet Title.
  5. Type in or paste in your Siglet.
  6. Click "OK".

Incredimail

  1. Open a new message.
  2. Click "Signature" button.
  3. Click "Edit Signature".
  4. At the bottom box where it says "Add signature text below", paste in your favorite siglet"
  5. Hit "OK". Your signature file will be automatically appended to your emails, or you can click "Signature" at any time while composing an email and your signature file will be added to your email.
  6. NOTE: to change the Siglet, simply repeat this process.

HotMail

  1. Login to your HotMail account.
  2. Now click on "Options".
  3. Under "Additional Options", click on "Signature".
  4. Type in or paste the Siglet of your choice...hit "ok"
  5. Send your email and the Siglet will be added to your email!
  6. NOTE: to change the Siglet, simply repeat this process.

America Online 5.0

  1. Click on the button to the right of the spellchecker button (with the pencil on it).
  2. Click on "set up signatures".
  3. Click on the "create" button.
  4. Type a Siglet title (name) at the top.
  5. In the bottom field, pick the font, size, color, etc., you want to use, type in or paste in your Siglet.
  6. Click OK.
  7. Send an e-mail, & have fun!
  8. ***You can have up to five different signatures for each of the seven different screen names.

Outlook Express

  1. Under "Tools", select "Stationary".
  2. Click on the button that says "Signature".
  3. Check where it says "Add this signature to all outgoing".
  4. Pick the button for Text.
  5. Type in your Siglet into the field.
  6. Click "OK".
  7. Send an E-mail!

Internet Explorer 5

  1. First you have to make a text file. You can create a text file in any word processor (you can use the Windows Accessories Notepad or Write), just save it as a text-only file (.txt).
  2. Type in the Siglet of your choice.
  3. Save the file, in "plain text" format, and don't forget where you saved it.
  4. Select Tools and then Options in IE5.
  5. Click on the tab for "Signatures".
  6. At the top of Signature Settings, select "Add signature to the end of all outgoing messages."
  7. Under Edit Signature, select "File".
  8. Browse and find the file you made.
  9. Click "Open".
  10. Click "Apply".
  11. Click "OK".
  12. Send an E-mail!

Eudora 3.0

  1. At the top, click on "Tools".
  2. Now click on "Signatures".
  3. Type in the Siglet of your choice.
  4. Send an E-mail!

Yahoo Mail

  1. Click on "options".
  2. Now click on "Signature".
  3. Type in or paste the Siglet of your choice.
  4. Send an E-mail!

Mail.com

  1. Go to options, and press signatures.
  2. Now Click "add" and type in or paste a Siglet.
  3. Click on the drop box to select a default and press - Set as default.
  4. Send an E-mail!

Lycos Mail

  1. Open a new email.
  2. Under "tools/settings" enable option 4.
  3. Type in or paste the Siglet of your choice.
  4. Send an E-mail!

Netscape 4

  1. First you have to make a text file. You can create a text file in any word processor (you can use the Windows Accessories Notepad or Write), just save it as a text-only file (.txt).
  2. Type in the Siglet of your choice.
  3. Save the file, in plain text format, and don't forget where you saved it.
  4. In Netscape, now select "Edit".
  5. Click on "Preferences".
  6. Double-click on "Mail and Newsgroups".
  7. Choose "Identity".
  8. Where it says Signature File, select Choose.
  9. Browse, then Select the file you had saved.
  10. Send an E-mail!

Netscape 3

  1. First you have to make a text file. You can create a text file in any word processor (you can use the Windows Accessories Notepad or Write), just save it as a text-only file (.txt).
  2. Type in the Siglet of your choice.
  3. Save the file, in plain text format, and don't forget where you saved it.
  4. In Netscape, now select "Edit".
  5. Click on "Preferences".
  6. Double-click on "Mail and News".
  7. Choose "Browse" beside "Signature File".
  8. Select the file you had saved.
  9. Send an E-mail!

WebTV

  1. Click on "Settings".
  2. Select "Signatures".
  3. Type in the Siglet of your choice.
  4. Click on "Done".
  5. Click on "Write" to preview it if you like.
  6. Send an E-mail!

Internet Explorer 3.0

  1. First you have to make a text file. You can create a text file in any word processor (you can use the Windows Accessories Notepad or Write), just save it as a text-only file (.txt).
  2. Type in the Siglet of your choice.
  3. Save the file in plain text format, and don't forget where you saved it.
  4. In Explorer, Click "Mail" and select "Read Mail".
  5. Click on "Mail" and select "Options".
  6. Click the "Signatures" tab.
  7. Select "File".
  8. Browse, then Select the file you had saved.
  9. Click on "Apply".
  10. Select the box beside "Add signature to the end of all outgoing messages".
  11. Send an E-mail!

Pegasus Mail 3.0

  1. From the "Tools" menu, select "Options".
  2. Choose the Signatures tab.
  3. Click on the button for the Signature you wish to change.
  4. Type in the Siglet of your choice.
  5. Click "Save".
  6. Click "OK".
  7. Send an E-mail!

Poco Mail

  1. Start a new message or a reply to a message.
  2. Type in or paste your Siglet in the signature area below the message body.
  3. Send your E-mail!
  4. If you wish to use the Siglet in the future, enter a unique name for it in the Signature box and hit Save Sig button.

Juno

  1. Go to Edit Create.
  2. Type in the Siglet of your choice.
  3. Click "Add Signature to New Message"
  4. Send an E-mail!


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